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Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development

In January 2016, 193 UN member states started working towards a new set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aimed at making our world more prosperous, inclusive, sustainable and resilient.

The SDGs are an ambitious call to action for people, planet and prosperity. They seek to tackle inequality and end extreme poverty and hunger, with the overarching objective of leaving no one behind.

To find out more about KPMG's Sustainable Services, click here.

Our commitments

We are signatory to the:

  • Ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption;
  • Sustainable Development Goal Business Manifesto (PDF 1.29 MB), joining with 20 other organizations to articulate private sector willingness to help deliver sustainable development;
  • Zero Hunger Declaration, promoting corporate strategies that will result in zero stunted children under two years old, 100 percent access to adequate food all year round, sustainable food systems, 100 percent increase in smallholder productivity and income, and zero loss or waste of food.

Our activities:

KPMG International applies member firms' skills, resources and influence in pursuit of the SDGs. KPMG member firms' contribute to all 17 Sustainable Development Goals through their client work. Our corporate citizenship programs particularly focus on Education and Lifelong Learning (Goal 4).

KPMG International develops thought leadership and tools to inspire and equip organizations to increase their contribution to sustainable development. These include:

Lifelong Learning: Creating the Change We Need for the World We Want (PDF 1.7MB): Learn about the new global education agenda, KPMG's 2020 ambition, and shared value business opportunities.

Enhancing Collaboration in Pursuit of SDG 4 (PDF 598KB): Literacy and Lifelong Learning : Two pages of reflections and ideas from a multi-stakeholder roundtable held in London in March 2017.

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